Girls’ Group Mentorship is run by Survivor’s Hope Crisis Centre in Sagkeeng and Powerview schools. The program’s goal is to build empowerment and leadership in young girls with support from the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
Mentoring is the presence of a caring individual who provides a young person with support, friendship, encouragement, and constructive role-modeling over time. Girls’ group mentorship works to create a supportive environment where girls can make connections that foster their strengths and support them through challenges.
Who is it for?
Mentoring is for girls in grades 10-12 who want to learn leadership skills and gain self-confidence. Being a mentee is for girls in grades 5,6, or 7 that want to learn more about feeling empowered, empowering others, and developing leadership skills.
If you want to know more about Girls’ Group Mentorship, contact Stephanie or call our office 204-753-5353.